Raj Mahal Palace Jaipur attains a Fresh look

Raj Palace has the traditional with some of the up-to-the-minute structures. This palace catches the attention with its singular character and appeal. Raj Palace, the attractive unification of Mughal and intervallic is the oldest manor of Jaipur. In the year 1995, Princess Jayendra Kumari Ji made up her mind to re-establish this well-appointed palace into the optimum sumptuous Palace hotel. The Royal family modernized the arched corridors, the suburban quarters and its quads with small strengthening. Some of the top class services were added also. The services included Handicap access and much more. Museum suites were created with optimum Royal antiques thus giving the property the reputation of being primary museum suite palace hotel of the world as the suites have their private museum. The individually designed frescoes decoded with the optimum mirror and hand painted work and exceptional palace furniture, the huge crystal chandeliers leave you decorated with an amazing flight of the imagination. The grace incarnated and the well-known warmth is served in its 40 comfortable rooms and gorgeous locations with tremendous familiarity and caring personal service in the renovated Raj Palace.

The Imperial Edifice of Raj Palace:

Exceptionally preoccupied with palace safekeeping, Maharajas would also construct equipped walls & gateways around their dwellings. These profoundly defended structures were architectural spectacles in themselves, massive in size and created with intricate geometric designs that corresponds the power of the stately family. The beating of huge drums at the palace gateways would declare the arrival of visitors to the Indian crowned heads.


The numerous events intended at the Raj Palace are the customized events designed as per the needs of the Group travelers and individuals. These events begin with the Royal Welcome followed by banquets and Folk performances and lastly imperial see off is offered. These events may be designed not just for the staying guests but also for the guests who are not staying with Raj Palace but would like to rejoice their event with us.

Royal Greeting:

The Royal greeting is the welcome agreement by the stately family for their imperial counterparts and extraordinary guests since generations. The greeting would begin with the guests being received 200 yards further than the palace by a detailed procession of Elephants, horses, camels with men holding flags & Mashal. This procession accompanies them to the main hotel entrance. The whole area is festooned with extraordinary Rangoli on floor, Red Carpet, flowers, century’s ancient drums and the Bakia (magnificent trumpet).

Ambience of the Royal Palace:

The entire ambiance is similar to a dream setting. The guests are then pleased by applying Tikka (An exceptional maroon color round mark applied with a finger in the center of forehead it is the principal icon of honor in the Hindu tradition). The guests are decorated with fresh flowers festoon the guests then are made to enter the chief palace to reach the red platform. From this area they view the splendid frontage of the fortress. The guests gather here and observe a greeting welcoming with 21shot fire rider A noisy announcement of every individual guest name is announced by the “Dyodi Van” (A group commended to declare names of guest entering into the fortress). So as to greet the guests, there is a huge group of folk performers that has a group of men each playing different folk Rajasthani musical instruments. As an alternate, there are Jharokas of the front portico of the fort and on the roof of the left & right side of hallways as well.

Remodeling of the palace:

Decorated in the long-winded greens, the eye-catching Raj Mahal Palace is all set to get a renovated appearance in association with the globally highly praised “SUJAN” Group. With its splendid original marble staircase, obscure chandeliers and mirrored ceilings, the SUJAN Raj Mahal Palace will originally encompass 20 suites & rooms, 2 restaurants, a swimming pool, a bar, and a SUJÁN Spa.

Formerly built in the year 1729 by the Jaipur Maharaja, the citadel has stood spectator to more than 200 years of history. In the year 1821, Raj mahal developed into the official dwelling of the British Resident Political Officer who belonged to Rajputana and in the year 1958 “HH Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II”, the distinguished and stylish ‘Maharaja Jai Singh’ who preferred it as his private dwelling. For the past few decades, this outstanding ‘Grande Dame’ has hosted Her Majesty the Queen & the Duke of the Edinburgh together with a lot of other British imperial Family members. Renowned personalities like Lord & Lady Mountbatten, Jackie Kennedy, and a number of other global ‘jet set’ have been part of the record of the Palace. SUJÁN will renew the palace by November 2014 in its most up-to-date appearance, totally redesigned and renovated with energetic flamboyance by the much admired and talented designer named Adil Ahmad. Exclusively commissioned for this inimitable task by “The Royal Family of Jaipur”, Ahmad is the Creative Director of Charbagh, the Good Earth also.

Jaipurites are happy that Raj Mahal Palace is revitalized and celebrated once more; in the true fortitude of Imperial Rajputana!!!

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